KW made a mobile ‘phone recording of the boy (who was not properly restrained in the car) as she drove through a residential area in Scarborough to the sounds of ‘Everybody’s Free’ by Rozalla. The video was played in Court. KW could be heard encouraging the boy to ‘show us your moves’ as he bopped his head and kicked his legs.
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